A solar storm is predicted to hit earth anytime between today and Friday. The said solar storm may greatly affect earth’s technology, particularly the satellites in orbit. Once hit by a solar storm, this could lead to lack of GPS navigation, satellite TV, and mobile phone signals.
A new study suggests that the moon was once part of the Earth and that it tore apart from the planet during an interplanetary collision 4.5. billion years ago.
Carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuel is most likely the cause of the decline of oxygen concentration in the atmosphere.
When the sun was dimmer, the Earth did not freeze up, and scientists had earlier believed it was because of methane. Now, a new study shatters this long-held assumption.
A climate study caused the web to go into chaos. It concluded that due to the amount of human carbon emissions in the atmosphere, the planet has reached 3 to 7 degrees Celsius of global warming. However, a new study claims contradicts this report.
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson showed that he is willing to think out of the box – or out of the world – to get through the environmental problems plaguing the planet. In an interview with ABC’s “This Week”, he explained how he thinks the future of the human race is in another planet.
The asteroid could have an "extinction" level effect on Earth.
Appaarently, we are consuming oxygen at a rate a factor of a thousand times faster than before.
Tiangong-1's landing place is still unknown and its time to fall is even unpredictable to tell.
New observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) reveal how solar winds evolved.
A new study suggests that the Earth and other planetary objects formed in the early years of the solar system have the same chemical origins.
Brace yourselves to another round of scorching heat as 2016 has the possibility to be the hottest year ever.
A new chemical study published in Nature has just confirmed how the moon was formed. The study also revealed that the collision between the Mars-sized object and proto earth was bigger than previously thought.
Carbon gave life to the planet, but the question is where did this carbon come from? Scientists from Rice University have a possible answer: a planetary collision 4.4 billion years ago.